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Galeto Sat's Botafogo, photo by Juarez Becoza
September 30, 2016

Galeto Sat’s Botafogo: Big Bird

By Juarez Becoza
Rio -- Even the pigeons of Copacabana know that Galeto Sat's – the old, ugly botequim located on the first block of Barata Ribeiro Street – has become one of Rio’s most important bohemian institutions since it was acquired by the Rabello family 10 years ago.Read more
Rio -- Even the pigeons of Copacabana know that Galeto Sat's – the old, ugly botequim located on the first block of Barata Ribeiro Street – has become one of Rio’s most important bohemian institutions since it was acquired by the Rabello family 10 years ago.

The new owners changed the spirit of the bar, making it a hit – especially for those who love to eat and drink well, all night long. Even Anthony Bourdain turned the spotlight on this place for his TV show, “No Reservations.” The one problem that remained, however, was its size. Because the bar is very small – just 30 seats – it’s always crowded.Read more
Vazha Nikolaishvili 's wife preparing traditional bread-which is baked in special clay oven over the coals which are prepared from burning of grapevine  branches.

Agro tourism farmhouse is run by  Vazha Nikolaishvili and his family.
September 29, 2016

Hello Moonshine: A Chacha Journey in the Georgian Countryside

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Tbilisi --

Hello Moonshine: A Chacha Journey in the Georgian Countryside

$90 US/person
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  • Fee includes instruction, everything consumed during the activity, transport and a take-home bottle of Chacham
  • Group Size: 4-8
  • Date: October 29th meet at 9am
Spread out under the majestic Caucasus mountain range like an 11,000 square meter grape basket is the Alazani Valley. Located in the Kakheti region in east Georgia, it could very well be the most beautiful wine region in the world. In September and October Kakheti comes to life as virtually every family prepares their own wine, just as their ancestors have done for centuries.  Read more